Young Egyptian charter operator FlyEgypt plans to start offering scheduled services within the next year. The Cairo-based operator launched earlier this year with two Boeing 737-800s. CEO Ralf Nagel sees considerable potential both on European services and within the Middle East. However, how FlyEgypt may be affected following the crash of Russian carrier Metrojet’s Airbus A321 shortly after takeoff from Sharm-el-Sheikh in October remains to be seen. Russia has said the incident was ...

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